Sunday Morning, sitting here working on the blog, suns out, phones as flat as a pancake, no interruptions, bliss. I've got a great book to finish off, the tale of Ernst Degner Stealing Speed, the man who stole the secrets of the 2 stroke engine and sold them to Suzuki and as a result changed the racing world for ever. Well worth the read, it's amazing how far reaching this engineering went and how it affected most of us.As I said last week roll on summer. Got a few chores to do first, finishing of painting the brackets for the BMW, wash the Bimota and the two Ducatis, and I might even give the Diavel a clean if time allows. Down to Wellington this week or early next week, more bikes to have a look at and choose a couple of nice ones. Not too sure what the next project will be, but I need a couple of customs ready for the Big Boys Toys in a couple of months time. So it's all go at the moment. I try and stay as busy as I can, given my history. Right enough of this I say, it's time for you all to go get a bourbon, take an hour of your time and sit back and enjoy this weeks images for you all. Some you may look at and think what is this doing on here, but the reason is it's for inspiration, color schemes, a piece of metal bent in a certain way that you might like on your bike, a leather seat combination that would set your own toy of brilliantly, so they all have meaning in some way. Having said that some are just for the pure enjoyment of a moment. So enjoy the moment, you don't know how many you have left. Get on with it.
Ducati endurance racers always looked the best
Now this guy has gone beyong the call of duty when it comes to making sure his ride is polished. Check it out
And that is another fine ending to this weeks blog for you all. Thanks for all the messages, I've really enjoyed your input. Glad that you all like what goes on here, and glad that you all to a person ride. Keep it up.